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Old 09-05-2012, 06:44 PM   #11
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Hence it being imo capt. Keeping all those acros straight with sometimes minute details...I'll never keep it straight. Acros and zoas make my brain hurt!
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My point is a "bleeding heart" zoa, or a "watermelon" zoa, or a "mary jane" zoa, etc, etc are all the same thing just with different colors. The different acros have different structure, corallites, polyp density, etc. The are truely different from each other in more than just color.
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Old 09-05-2012, 07:47 PM   #13
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My point is a "bleeding heart" zoa, or a "watermelon" zoa, or a "mary jane" zoa, etc, etc are all the same thing just with different colors. The different acros have different structure, corallites, polyp density, etc. The are truely different from each other in more than just color.
I thought so one of mine has white polyps that go in and out and the other has ones that just open.
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